My HS students and I tested the Google Expeditions Virtual Reality cardboard headsets during one of our painting classes. It was an awesome experience.
Big 7 is a 3 ft paper mach? sculpture on wheels designed by Wendy Leigh Curtis based on a paper toy designed by Jason Harlan. She recently moved to Harlem and is in the process of getting to know her community by asking people what they think art and community is.
My high school students and I created found wood paintings inspired by the history of West Harlem, food, gardening, or green technology. With the help of a Lowe’s Toolbox Grant, we installed over 100 paintings and 2 student made benches at General Ulysses S. Grant Community Garden.
“Founded in 1996, ArtWorks is a non-profit arts organization that connects artists of all ages with opportunities in the arts through inspiring apprenticeships, community partnerships, and public art.” I worked for them in the summer of 2000 and 2001 as a Lead Artist in their job training and employment program. MORE INFO
At Inwood Academy for Leadership HS myself, two colleagues, and many students collaborated to create an old style arcade game using Raspberry Pi technology. We hope to get this project funded so that we can eventually sell the “Artcades” as well as give HS students an audience for testing their games. Imagine student created games for Regents Test Prep!
GlobalArts to Go is a Multicultural Arts, Education, Training & Entertainment organization. Our Mission is to utilize diverse & authentic cultural arts as a platform to: create community, entertain people of all ages, develop global citizens and encourage learning in creative ways. MORE INFO
My high school students did a Harlem Community walk, seeking inspiration for our Grant Community Garden found wood paintings. We stopped by the Artist Craftsman Supply store. We highly recommend it. Visit them here: http://www.artistcraftsman.com/
My students and I arted the sidewalk in front of United Palace for the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NOMAA) Uptown Arts Stroll. More
My students have had work at display at Pick and Eat throughout the school year. All funds from artwork sales go directly to students. More
Check out my student’s art work, from The Opportunity Charter School at Atomic Wing on 113th and Frederick Douglas. Art work is for sale at student’s discretion.